RÜFÜS/RÜFÜS DU SOL – Say A Prayer For Me

Though RÜFÜS are perhaps usually known for upbeat, dancey records, they show a moodier, melodic side in ‘Say A Prayer For Me’. Like what you hear? Their album, Bloom, came out on Friday! Advertisements

Oliver Heldens & Throttle – Waiting

After much hype and the brilliant Earth Wind and Fire remix, finally the full version of ‘Waiting’ is available. Yet again Throttle really has pulled it out of the bag, this time with a little help from established Oliver Heldens. The blending of the two styles is fantastic, with Throttle’s unique disco vibes contrasting to … Continue reading

Folded Like Fabric – Hunting for Reason

It’s almost a year since we last featured Hastings based duo Folded Like Fabric! ‘Hunting for Reason’ is very much a progression from ‘I Tried’ – chilled out, experimental, melodic yet still poppy sounding tracks, inspired with hip-hop beats, lazy guitars and shimmering vocals. Back in November we said an EP would be out soon. … Continue reading

AObeats & Jai Wolf & Manila Killa Ft. Mark Johns – Diamonds For Breakfast

The Cashmere Cat sound is really starting to make waves across EDM, with the kooky ‘Diamonds for Breakfast’ helping us get closer to the weekend! I’m a particular fan of the ever modern lyric “my phone was on silent.” Check it out.

Alex Young – Make Things For Smile (U&I)

For a mere 18 years old, American producer Alex Young has an incredibly diverse, interesting, and professional repertoire. ‘Make Things for Smile’ is yet again something different, albeit still housed within the now massive genre of electronic dance music. This isn’t a full original, it’s actually a mashup between an old Skrillex record and Gatlantis’ … Continue reading

BANKS – Beggin For Thread (Gryffin & Hotel Garuda Remix)

BANKS seems to have hidden away from the vast majority of early 2014 mentions – have we missed something? ‘Beggin for Thread’ has be turned into a really groovy deep pumping house tune by Gryffin & Hotel Garuda. A real match made in heaven at the moment for two of house music’s biggest names. We’re … Continue reading